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Text of report by Ng Tze-Wei headlined "Another activist under investigation" published by Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post website on 19 May
Hu Jun, who is paralysed from the waist down, could become the latest rights activist to potentially be charged with inciting subversion in relation to the so-called Jasmine Revolution.
Hu - a main volunteer for the web portal Human Rights Campaign in China (HRCC), which speaks out for petitioners - was first put under "residence surveillance" on 9 May at his home in Changji, Xinjiang. Police said in a written notice that he was suspected of inciting subversion. On Monday, Hu received another written notice, this …